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  1. I'll simplify Nietzsche like a pig:�

    It is difficult to be understood if you think and live fast and freely, like the Ganges River (gangasrotogati), among people who all think and live slowly, like a turtle (kurmagati), or at best by leaps and bounds, like a frog (mandeikagati).�

    Accordingly, “these words in Sanskrit mean” to act “like the Ganges”, “like a turtle”, “like a frog”.

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